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Maruti Suzuki Futuro-e SUV concept

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Maruti Suzuki has revealed the first sketch of its new concept that it will unveil at the 2020 Auto Expo. The Sketch is of the Futuro-e SUV-coupe concept, which is expected to be the same size as the Hyundai Creta. What do you guys think of the concept car's design and how much of it do you think will make it to the production car?

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Maruti Suzuki revealed the Futuro-e concept at Auto Expo 2020, previewing a future Creta rival. Designed by Maruti Suzuki’s design team, the Futuro-e is pegged as ‘an Indian car with global sensibilities’. Its SUV-coupe shape is unlike anything from Maruti thus far and also marks a break from the traditional upright form of typical midsize SUVs.

Deemed a design study, the radical Futuro-e showcases the styling future Maruti models are likely to employ. Importantly, the Futuro-e is also a statement of intent from Maruti to enter the midsize SUV segment.


Read more about the Futuro-e here

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